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Ridgecrest, California Funeral Homes
216 S Norma St
Ridgecrest, California 93555
(760) 371-1376
437 W Wilson Ave
Ridgecrest, California 93555
(760) 371-4650
Ridgecrest, California Obituaries and News
Douglas Eugene Lass February 26, 2017

Surviving are a daughter, Michelle Turner, of Iowa City; grandchildren, Marcus, Heather and Jason; his mother, Ruth Ann Van Meter, of DeWitt; brothers, Dean Lass, of Ridgecrest, California, Richard (Kathy) Lass, of Davenport and Jim (Linda) Lass ... (Quad-Cities Times)

Carmen FOURNIER February 01, 2017

She started coaching at Ridgecrest playground and moved on to coach the ACT travelling teams. Her teams won titles from City's to Provincial championships throughout many years. Carmen coached as she lived, with passion and fairness. Most of all ... (yourlifemoments.ca)

Mary Ann Wessling January 17, 2017

Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association or Ridgecrest Village. Remaining to carry her memory are her husband and children, Tim (Joyce) of Oakland, California ... the family by visiting Mary Ann’s obituary at www.hmdfuneralhome.com. (Quad-Cities Times)

Barbara Smith January 16, 2017

Barbara Lea Smith, 88, of Davenport, died Friday, Jan. 13, 2017, at Ridgecrest Village, Davenport. Services are 11 a.m. Friday at Grace Lutheran Church, Davenport, with visitation at 10 a.m. Burial is at Krell Cemetery, rural Muscatine. She was born May 18 ... (Quad Cities Onlines)

Carol Gray November 23, 2016

Carol was a graduate of Ripon High School. On March 16, 1972, she married David Gray in Ridgecrest, California. Following their marriage the couple moved to Waupun. Carol was employed at Maysteel Corporation in both Mayville and Allenton for several years. (WisNews)

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Funeral Home Reviews
Costa Mesa, California
this mortuary is no longer in business

San Diego, California
Short and sweet; this is a business obviously under the influence of a caring mother and grandmother. Mrs. Williams cares more about getting your family through a difficult time than she does about how much you're spending. A mortuary is no place to visit but if you must, go where they care and where you won't get taken advantage of.

Monrovia, California
i would have to say i was very disappointed in the services just due to the lack of communication with the mortuary and barrial ground after all the families been through we couldnt even morn and bary my co-workers cousin god rest her soul. the services were held on feb. 2,2013 at glendale forest lawn her name was felicidad santa maria, i speak for myself and hopefully the family in say i was very disappointed

Modesto, California
Oh my goodness!!!! I do not think I have ever been spoken to so rude in my entire life! My father recently passed away I live out of state but spent about a week in California after his death and then returned home. I called to speak with Cunninghams and was basically told I was a bad person because I do not live in the state and why was I not there when my father died. This man needs to find another profession and should not deal with people period. He is heartless!

Pittsburg, California
Sorry to say this is not the best of services. No one answers the phone to pick up the departed. Real nice when you paid up front. Sorry Charlie. Come back when you can...